Sometimes, cars tend to attract a certain kind of driver. Post what you've noticed here. Chrysler Town & Country '96-'07: Good luck getting to work on time when this guy is in front of you. Acura RSX: Chariot of choice for ricers and Honda enthusiasts with strong ricer leanings. Volkswagen Golf/Jetta Mk4: See above, but with stance instead. "Sporty" Subaru (sometimes incl. older Forester): See above, but with raunchier stickers. Or someone who goes to autocrosses just to let fly and doesn't care if they overcook multiple corners. On second thought, that first one might be weaker than I thought; older Forester is more likely to be an "active lifestyler", but I have seen at least one slammed on bright blue wheels with a rear window full of stickers. There are a couple of stanced Imprezas around here though, one of which does indeed have raunchy stickers (and a hot pink on black color scheme, yuck), the other I've never seen close enough to tell. Ford F-series '97-present: A rolling bad omen, and favored chariot of both the grim reaper and his mostly-harmless younger brother, the Petty Annoyance Demon. The bad driving behavior I've seen from these ranges from driving 10+ under on a two-lane road and going the wrong way down parking lot aisles to veering out of the oncoming lane and almost hitting me head on (two different trucks on two different occasions). Nissan XTerra: A middle-aged or older outdoorsy woman with one or more enormously fluffy dogs. Note: my reference pool for this is my mother and a woman I saw at the vet once.